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Choosing the right ID card size will make the difference between designing a world class ID card or wasting time and starting over. Let's spell out the different ID card sizes available and clarify which is best for you based on use case and industry.
We performed a customer survey and guess what, you answered! Out of about 1,000 responses, our customer most wanted resource was ID card creation tutorials. So we set out to uncover all the best tips and tricks for designing effective ID cards and even made some pretty neat samples.
You see words and acronyms like CR80, YMCK, YMCKOK and you have no idea what any of them mean. How can you possibly find the correct ribbon for your specific printer?
Well, we just cracked the code and explain all the details for the average Joe. Hint - Use the supply finer tool.
tend to focus all their attention on the front of the card working to
fit every detail they can while also trying to keep it nice and
professional. They never even realize the valuable real-estate available on the
back side of their cards! Here's what we recommend you do. . .
It’s no secret that ID card printers are expensive but you can still find a good printer on a tight budget. In this post we will give you some budget friendly ID card printer options as well as some insider tips for finding the best cheap ID card printer for you. Hint, sales and refurbished options are out there.
ID Maker® Printers have a wide range of printing and data capabilities, and sometimes it’s hard to know what an ID card printer can actually do. You know it prints IDs, but what are some of the other things it can do that you need to know?
Well, let’s take a look…
How can one little piece of plastic require so much decision making?
You are bombarded with what seems like endless options when it comes to crafting your employee or student ID. There are plenty of data and security features which has its pros and cons. Lets break down everything you need to know.
Are you one of the poor unfortunate souls stuck in the office the week between Christmas and New Year’s?
First, we’re sorry. We’re here too. Whatever your reason for working, we’re sure you’d rather be somewhere—anywhere—else. Second, we have some ideas to perk up your week in the almost empty office and help you use your time wisely.
Whether you are one of the few companies shelling out stacks of cash or just trying to stretch what you have left, there are a number of brilliant ways to maximize your year-end spending. In our opinion, these are the five best ways to spend your remaining budget.